OUR BLASTING NOZZLE WITH AN EXTRA LARGE 3/4′” BORE WITH VENTURI DESIGN FOR INCREASED VELOCITY. ITS TOUGH TUNGSTEN CARBIDE LINER HAS A 3/4″ BORE AND 1-1/4″ ENTRY. THIS QUALITY NOZZLE IS FITTED WITH AN EZ GRIP THERMOPLASTIC JACKET AND WEAR RESISTANT BRASS ALLOY THREADS. LOOKING FOR A SMALLER BORE SIZE THEN TAKE A LOOK AT OUT UDLB-10BA SANDBLASTING NOZZLE WITH A 5/8″ BORE. LOOKING FOR EVEN HIGH PERFORMANCE THEN TAKE A LOOK AT OUR XLBC SERIES WITH UPTO 25% INCREASED EXIT VELOCITY.
MODEL: UDLB-10BA USES GASKET/WASHER NW-15148
THREADS: 1-1/4″ NPSM
|Part number||Bore inch / mm
||Entry inch / mm
|UDLB-12BA||926017||3/4″/19.00 MM||1.25″ / 32.00 mm||9″/ 228.60|
Tips For nozzle Selection:
Choosing best grit blasting nozzle for sandblasting productively shouldn’t be difficult, when you know your compressors CFM rating and match it with nozzle bore size!
So, you are looking to optimize performance of your blast cleaning system? What should you be looking at first? The simple answer is look at your compressor’s air output and how to use available air to select the best size of the sandblasting nozzle to maximize blast cleaning productivity. Most efficient blast cleaning systems will need sufficient compressed air to supply continually at least 95 to 100 PSI at the blast cleaning nozzle. There are situations where less forceful blast cleaning may be needed using softer abrasives, under these circumstances, a lower nozzle psi might be acceptable.
Effects of a worn nozzle on blast cleaning performance and productivity:
(1) blast cleaning pressure drop
(2) loss of impact velocity and surface cleaning/profiling performance
(3) increasing need for additional compressed air resulting in lower productivity.
** NOZZLE IS CONSIDERED WORN WHEN ITS BORE IS WORN OUT TO 1/16″ OVER NOZZLE’S “NEW” BORE SIZE.
Everblast designs, assembles, quality checks & ships all products from its facility near Chicago USA.
|Dimensions||11 × 3 × 3 in|